Cooler Master NovaTouch TKL Review

It’s been a long time pestering Cooler Master, but I have finally got my hands on a Nova Touch to take a look at. A different take on the mechanical keyboard trend in effect at the moment. It features hybrid capacitive switches from Topre, rather than Cherry MX or other clone switches.

They offer a distinctively different feel over Cherry MX style switches and of course this means that much like AMD vs nVidia; there are two camps that believe their switch is the better of the two.

I won’t try to be the man who tries to prove which is better as it is purely subjective.

 

Specifications

Switch Type Hybrid Capacitive
Model Number SGK-5000-GKCT1-US
Backlight No
Interface USB 2.0
Rollover N-Key (Windows Only)
Windows Key Lock Function Yes
Polling Rate 1000 Hz / 1 ms
Keycaps ABS
Onboard Memory N/A
Macro Keys No
Media Controls Yes (via FN Combos)
Connector Micro-USB to USB
Dimensions (L x W x H) 14.1 x 5.4 x 1.5 inch
Weight 1.97 lbs
Software No
Warranty 2 Years
Included Accessories Steel Wire Key Puller
O-Ring Sound Dampeners
USB Cable

 

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